After living and working in the Cotswolds for X years, we like to believe we are local experts on what to see, do, and most importantly, our knowledge on the holiday market is second to none.
If you’re not sure if this is the area you’d like to invest in, then have a read of the below or call us on 01285 861839 for more information.
Unlike abroad where there are some distinct peak and off-peak seasons, the Cotswolds isn’t dictated by seasons and makes an exceptional holiday at any time of the year. That being said, the more seemingly busy seasons are summer, due to the school holidays, and winter due to the magic of the Cotswolds at Christmas time.
However, as a result of the medley of events regularly taking place throughout the year in the Cotswolds, it’s not uncommon for accommodation to fill up during spring and autumn too.
Spread out across 40 square miles and with more than 150 lakes, the Cotswold Water Park is a section of the Cotswolds that strengthens tourism in the area with a diverse range of businesses offering accommodation, leisure activities, food and drink.
Around the lakes, you will find activities to cater for all including water sports, a man-made beach, fishing, walking and cycling paths and more. The Cotswold Water Park can be seen as the perfect hub for guests to stay in the Cotswolds with all the amenities so local as well as easy access to all other areas of the Cotswolds.
As Cotswold enthusiasts, this is something we could talk for hours about, but in a nutshell, here are just some of the sought-after attractions and events that we find brings holiday makers to the Cotswolds time and time again.
The location of the Cotswolds is rather central in the South of the UK offering guests easy access to bigger cities outside of the area as well as all the local villages in the area.
Some of the bigger cities within an hour drive:
As the UK’s largest area of outstanding natural beauty, tourism in the Cotswold is on the rise with more people, including celebrities and royals, congregating to the area to invest in properties.
As well as the sheer beauty of every season, the history and culture simply cannot be replicated, and there are museums and landmarks scattered all over to learn more about it.
The locals also differ to those in neighbouring towns with small independents being at the heart numerous communities. Local businesses including cafes and restaurants are very accommodating to the thousands of dog walkers, hikers, cyclists and families that flood to the area each year.
Many describe the Cotswolds as the perfect balance of a countryside break and city break which makes it the ideal place for a staycation.
If you want to speak to us about investing in holiday property in the Cotswolds, give us a call on 01285 861839.